I changed out my grill last night with the Chrome one that they use on the Star Black XLR. :thumbs
I looks like the stock grill only its Chrome where the original one has Silver paint.
I had a paint shop paint the bottom part Crimson Pearl to match my car instead of the black that came on it.
I though it would take me over two hours to do the job after reading all these posts :cry :cry but it only took about 30 min.
I DID NOT have to remove the bumper.
What you will need is a body tool "$5.00" that looks like a very stiff putty knife with a "V" cut in the end of it.
To do the job:
You will need to remove the 6 plastic plugs on the top plastic cover over the grill that is under the hood.
Then remove the 4 Star headed bolts on top of the grill. The top of the grill is now very loose.
Now starting at one side of the grill use your body tool and slip it in under your old grill but on top of your bumper and push down at the location of each lock tabs. With the top of the grill loose you can look down and see where each of them are. They will unlock one at a time and with a little pull on the side of the grill out it comes one tab at a time.
To install the NEW one just line up the bottom taps in the slots in the bumper and push it in and they will lock in place. Put the 4 star bolts in next. Put on the top plastic panel that covers the top of the grill and push in the 6 plastic plugs.
All done in 30 min or less.
I would buy replacement plastic plugs "6" because these are really a one time use plug. I am going to get some today. They will hold the plastic top in place a little bit better.